22 August 2014

The Tree House

73 White Hart Lane, London SW13 0PW

£36.00 Gastropub Barnes
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  • Wine: £14.00
  • Champagne: £35.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11am-10.30pm (Fri-Sat -11pm Sun -10pm)

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Handily placed between Upper Richmond Road and the river, this gastropub and bar is popular for all sorts of reasons. Done out with a hotchpotch of contemporary art, ethnic furniture, open fires and quirky lighting it feeds the locals with a please-all menu ranging from sautéed squid with chorizo, parsley and lime to tangerine and almond cake or pecan and chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice cream. In between, there are sharing boards, grilled rib-eye steaks, burgers, fishcakes and pasta (perhaps linguine with crayfish and Dorset crab, chilli and garlic). Monthly quizzes, regular two-for-one deals, tapas nights, cocktail evenings and live music are part of the mix, and the Tree House also boasts a highly sought-after function room upstairs for private events. Wine buffs should look out for regularly advertised bin ends when the list is being updated.

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  1. Published : Monday, 4th August 2014

    theeventsgirl :: The Tree House – Weybridge

    There is a giant giraffe who’s head I can see on my morning jogs down the Queens Road in Weybridge, it had me intrigued. The giraffe (not real I should point out), is part of a new restaurant that has just popped up in Weybridge, and the area needed it. The Tree House, which opened in July, already has some 13 reviews on Trip Advisor and I am soooooooo glad I didn’t read them before I went. The majority of the reviews are quite dire and personally, any bad experiences should be put down to them having just opened… I loved it. The restaurant’s menu has a large selection of Gluten free options and their claim is that all of their vegetables and herbs are to be served within hours of harvesting. The menu isn’t large and for someone that doesn’t eat seafood, I didn’t have a lot of options for starters however I did go for the beef carpaccio which was really lovely and a good size. For mains, we were starving and whilst the rest of my party went for the burger with blue cheese, I had the rump steak with lovely tomatoes, onions and a portion of fat chips...
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